Tête à TêteOpera Company
Tête à Tête: The Opera Festival returned to King’s Cross in the summer of 2015, with more than 100 performances of over 40 new works spanning three weeks. The Festival visited multiple venues in the area including The Place, Kings Place, The New Diorama, Egg London, RADA GBS Theatre, RADA Studios and Regents High School, with street performances and pop up operas in Cubitt Square, Granary Square and throughout the King’s Cross development. The Festival ran from 21 July to 9 August and included up to three performances per night, inviting audiences to fully immerse themselves in opera.
The festival included transformations of Tosca and Turandot, an opera clubnight at EGG London with a guest DJ from Nonclassical, as well as an emotional avatar, human cloning, synthetic voices and a homosexual necrophiliac duck.
With a commitment to redefining and reclaiming ‘opera’, Tête à Tête is the world’s largest festival of new opera. The Festival is renowned for its support of artistic development from young to experienced composers, nourishing new ideas and innovation in the arts.